The Papua New Guinea Minister of Foreign Affairs continues attempts to deport the Rev. Jeffrey Horn, Julie Lutz and Anton Lutz.
Mark Hofman, executive director of LCMS Mission Advancement, warns that there are risks to not planning ahead as Dec. 31 approaches.
Sponsored by Ambassadors of Reconciliation, the April 16-18 conference is open to those who want to learn more about biblical reconciliation.
The problem? The Christianity that is central to Olympian and prisoner-of-war Louis Zamperini’s life is almost entirely absent from the film.
Each month, LCMS’ Stewardship Ministry creates bulletin sentences and newsletter articles that can be included in congregational church bulletins and monthly newsletters, respectively.
A $25,000 grant from the Synod’s Office of National Mission will be used by leaders of five LCMS congregations to bring hope and healing to the community.
The letter was received by LCMS leaders on Nov. 22 from the Rev. Cornelio Midence, president of the Lutheran Church in Guatemala, an LCMS partner church body.
Fans of the “Hunger Games” franchise likely will enjoy the film, and it will certainly tide them over until Part 2 debuts in November 2015.
Such a church-state split — endorsed by some Catholic and evangelical leaders — is showing popularity in two new surveys.
The world around us has brought American Christianity to a crossroads. Will we decorate our churches for Advent and Christmas or make a difference in the world?
Advent isn’t a baby shower. We aren’t getting ready for a baby to be born in Bethlehem. That train has already left the station.
Partnerships that began with the Lutheran Malaria Initiative in January are now making the response to West Africa’s Ebola crisis easier.
The Africa travel funds of up to $2,500 each — for airfare, lodging and food — are available to the first 20 applicants.